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Free online resources on composers: general websites, websites dedicated to specific composers (biographies, bibliographies and discographies), websites of composer societies, digital collections, and women composers.
The FTCO provides free public access to a thematic catalogue and database of all the known works of Girolamo Frescobaldi (1583-1643), including works of uncertain or mistaken attribution, along with all their early sources (up to approximately 1800), principal modern editions, and associated literature.
A museum and research collection documenting the life and works of Australian-American composer Percy Grainger (1882-1961). The museum holds over 100,000 items, including music manuscripts and scores, correspondence, concert programs, photographs, and ephemera. The open access, peer-reviewed journal Grainger Studies is published by the museum.
This web site dedicated to the baroque composer G.F. Handel presents a discography, scholarly literature about Handel, his times, and his works, list of compositions, interviews, links to Handel Houses and Societies and to other websites. Tte web site does not appear to have been updated since 2008.